USPS has hit many highs and lows over the past year.
In a landmark victory on April 28, an Ontario court struck down an unconstitutional act created in 2011 to force Canadian Union of Postal Workers back to work.
DHL recently released its latest edition of its Logistics Trend Radar, which highlighted the growing importance of AI in the logistics industry.
After years of stalling pilot contract negotiations, federal regulators will decide next week if UPS and its pilots have finally reached a stalemate.
Three major earthquakes struck Japan and Ecuador this past week, causing fatalities, injury and property damage.
The shipping industry may take steps to lower its greenhouse gas emission levels.
Companies and shippers should expect delivery delays and certain southeastern countries due to New Year’s Water Festival holidays.
Japan, along with many other countries, is stepping up its counter-terror procedures, specifically in regards to its custom declarations form requirements.
USPS stamps will now be cheaper due to a temporary exigent surcharge ending April 10.
Latin American e-commerce sales are on the rise, though a slow adoption of credit cards and labor strikes could affect overall purchases and delivery of goods.